Murderabilia (2020)

Murderabilia Craig Robertson Murderabilia LONGLISTED FOR THE THEAKSTONS OLD PECULIER CRIME NOVEL OF THE YEAR LONGLISTED FOR THE McILVANNEY PRIZE I can t recommend this book highly enough MARTINA COLE The first commuter train of the
  • Title: Murderabilia
  • Author: Craig Robertson
  • ISBN: 9781471156601
  • Page: 342
  • Format: ebook
Murderabilia Craig Robertson LONGLISTED FOR THE THEAKSTONS OLD PECULIER CRIME NOVEL OF THE YEAR 2017 LONGLISTED FOR THE McILVANNEY PRIZE 2017 I can t recommend this book highly enough MARTINA COLE The first commuter train of the morning slowly rumbles away from platform seven of Queen St station And then, as the train emerges from a tunnel, the screaming starts Hanging from the bri LONGLISTED FOR THE THEAKSTONS OLD PECULIER CRIME NOVEL OF THE YEAR 2017 LONGLISTED FOR THE McILVANNEY PRIZE 2017 I can t recommend this book highly enough MARTINA COLE The first commuter train of the morning slowly rumbles away from platform seven of Queen St station And then, as the train emerges from a tunnel, the screaming starts Hanging from the bridge ahead of them is a body Placed neatly on the ground below him are the victim s clothes Why Detective Inspector Narey is assigned the case and then just as quickly taken off it again Winter, now a journalist, must pursue the case for her The line of questioning centres around the victim s clothes why leave them in full view And what did the killer not leave, and where might it appear again Everyone has a hobby Some people collect death To find this evil, Narey must go on to the dark web, and into immense danger Takes the reader on a wickedly entertaining ride through a fascinatingly sinister world Sunday Mirror Brace yourself to be horrified and hooked EVA DOLAN Fantastic characterisation, great plotting, page turning and gripping The best kind of intelligent and moving crime fiction writing LUCA VESTE Really enjoyed Murderabilia disturbing, inventive, and powerfully and stylishly written Recommended STEVE MOSBY
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  1. Liz Barnsley

    Blimey this book was banging Highly entertaining, seriously addictive and so entirely fascinating I m almost tempted to go find out stuff on the internet But then common sense kicks in, today is NOT a good day to die.So anyway as a fan of Narey and Winter I ll just say that they are put somewhat through the wringer in this one, like really I shouldn t have expected that but there were points in this that I actually did go NO really don t do that But then it happened anyway Because Craig Robertso [...]

  2. Raven

    Back onto familiar ground with Murderabilia by Craig Robertson, and regular visitors will know I m an ardent fan of Robertson s series featuring DI Rachel Narey and her partner, ex police scene of crime photographer, Tony Winter Finding herself house bound and therefore bored witless, Narey becomes immersed in the dark and disturbing world of the Dark Net, following a truly grim murder at the opening of the book fabulously done , which she is anxious to investigate from the confines of her bedro [...]

  3. Gram

    A grisly tale of murder and murderabilia The latter are items related to murders, murderers and murder victims, which are collected by a variety of sick individuals They feature prominently in this thriller by Craig Robertson His 2 main characters are Glasgow DI Rachel Narey and her partner, ex police scene of crime photographer turned photo journalist, Tony Winter A heavily pregnant Narey is confined to her home and begins exploring the phenomenon of murderabilia via the Internet, including the [...]

  4. Nick Davies

    A little like my feelings concerning the previous book by Craig Robertson that I had read The Last Refuge , a stand alone not in the Tony Winter Rachel Narey series , I was left slightly disappointed in this book as a consequence of how two or three of the earlier books had really impressed me This isn t to say this isn t a good read, just not as good as the high standards Robertson had previously set.The plot concerns the laid up Narey and at times inconceivably free to interfere Winter dragged [...]

  5. Linda Boa

    Amazing premise, carried out magnificently by the ever improving Craig Robertson Every book just gets better I ll be writing a full review of this one on my blog as I think it may sneak into my Top Ten but hey, there s still a month of reading to go

  6. Breakaway Reviewers

    Excellent but with a disappointing endingAnyone who knows where to look can find anything they want on the dark net as long as they are careful as it s not a place for the uninitiated Items related to murders are readily available for a price and the salacious the murder, the higher the price and collectors are prepared to pay any price.The subject matter is therefore an unusual one and has clearly been well researched The way in which the characters act out the scenes is also unusual DI Rachel [...]

  7. Sharon

    DI Rachel Narey finds herself housebound and off the case as a shockingly public murder hits the streets of Glasgow her partner, Tony Winter, ex police photographer and now journalist finds himself tasked with uncovering the truth and in the process they discover a whole new layer lurking underneath the cover of the web Murderabilia opens with a killer hook and takes the reader on one of the sickest and twisted journeys they will ever experience The book explores the DarkWeb, a network of hidden [...]

  8. Sandra

    Despite recognising from the very first sentence that I was in good hands as far as the story telling went, and for quite a long while accepted that the sheer nastiness of it was an essential ingredient, in the end it got to me as did an increasing sense of disbelief over Rachael s behaviour and overall would have given it but one star for enjoyment But for the writing.

  9. Sharon

    Creepy, interesting, and nail biting Great characters Definitely not my last Craig Robertson V much looking forward to seeing him speak again in Glamis next month Ace read can see why this is an Erin favourite Challenge list 19 one word title

  10. Anetq

    Super well written story, and very economically told The DI figuring it all out is held up in bed with pre eclampsia , but she solves it from there by sending the father to be a former crime scene photographer gone journalist into the field Not your usual couple of detectives, which makes for a fresh take on things.This is a crime novel, but it is also a look into the dark web, the things that can be bought there, and that strange place between fascination and revulsion that make some people sho [...]

  11. Elvine

    What a gruesome subject for a book Absolutely brilliant I can see why Narey became addicted to the dark web looking for souvenirs from grisly crimes.

  12. Brian Williams

    Once you get over the ghoulishness of people who buy and sell memorabilia connected to murders, there s a half decent police procedural murder mystery here The detecting team of Nick, a former police photographer turned photo journalist, and Rachel, his police inspector wife, is a good combination Rachel who is off the job with a difficult pregnancy is bored and becomes obsessed with the whole murderabilia scene They are convinced that a series of recent murders is related to the murderabilia wo [...]

  13. Lisa

    I found that this book was so hard to put down Really really easy to read Plus really invested in the characters now Tony, Rachel and Addison I actually cried after reading the telephone call between Rachel and her Dad, who has dementia So well observed and so correct in how you feel I think this signals the end of the road for Tony and Rachel but maybe not

  14. Steph

    A creepy, gritty crime novel that delves into the world of murder scene collectables and the fandom of serial killers Chilling and unputdownable A great read.

  15. Rebecca Hislop

    On the dark net everything has a price From these words on the front cover to the very last page of this latest novel I was hooked I actually sat up half the night reading this rollercoaster of a book as I just had to know how this was going to turn out Both horrifying and terrifying it s a real page turner I m a huge fan of DCI Rachel Narey and her photo journalist partner Tony Winter Rachel is confined to bed with a difficult pregnancy but cannot help herself from becoming involved in trying t [...]

  16. Ruth

    The first commuter train of the morning slowly rumbles away from platform seven of Queen St station And then, as the train emerges from a tunnel, the screaming starts Hanging from the bridge ahead of them is a body Placed neatly on the ground below him are the victim s clothes Why Detective Inspector Narey is assigned the case and then just as quickly taken off it again Winter, now a journalist, must pursue the case for her The line of questioning centres around the victim s clothes why leave th [...]

  17. Jen-Jen

    This is the first adult book that I read I picked it up in ASDA and I was looking for something to read and there weren t other book shops in my town I loved this book, the first chapter immediately got me I thought it was a great introduction I enjoyed the characters, I thought they were well written and I think the dialogue is fantastic.I also like the themes addressed in this book As someone who likes to learn and read about serial killers I liked that it got me thinking about murderabilia an [...]

  18. Jane Lee

    Craig Robertson can sure tell a story this may be the best book so far The protagonist is a serial killer like in other books but the story revolves around the people who collect objects from murders Anything from a grocery list to a body of a small boy Interesting also is learning about the personalities if the various police in the story Robertson can describe the most grisly scenes and then also deal with relationships between some of the characters This author is one to watch for sure.

  19. Garry Stevens

    In all the many crime books I have read, this is the one and only time that I hoped that the despicable villain would triumph over the protagonists, protagonists who rival the villain in their odium That distaste was made even worse when I read the author s appalling postscript With luck, we shall never hear from the author or his so called good guys again.

  20. Allison A

    This is a creepy and fascinating book, and the reader becomes as engrossed as Rachel Nary, one of my favorite protagonists The story moves smoothly with proper goosebumps, surprises and amazing insight Craig Robertson gets into the head of his characters like few writers But keep the lights on when you re reading.

  21. Xabier Cid

    Although everything sounds familiar in this book after reading Random , I have been very much entertained and interested The number of crime novel s clich s is, I think, less than in that other novel, or I got used to it.

  22. Sue Gale

    A Dark SubjectA dark subject that pulls you into its pages and keeps you there until you have reached the final page.Well written and compulsive reading its horrors unfold before you.Not the book to read before bed

  23. Tovishaziambrus

    Exciting, tightly written, awsome thriller from wonderful, chilly Scotland Got into the series with the the 7 novel The Photographer but I liked this a lot better Curious about the older ones, will work my way through them in backwards order Great

  24. Kathie

    First book I have read by Craig Robertson, and I couldn t put it down A DI and her partner are on the trail of a killer, but find themselves immersed in the world of the Dark Net and Murderabilia There really is a whole other world out there A really good read if you like crime novels.

  25. John McCabe

    Absolutely top quality crime fiction The subject matter the underworld collection of murder memorabilia is hard hitting and unusual It is in turns brutal, funny and touching.

  26. Penni

    Loved this bookHad never heard of murderabilia before This book had me enthralled and was brilliantly written Will definitely seek out books by the same author.

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